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Compressing a fluid with arbitrarily large force in an infinitely strong chamber
Imagine I have an infinitely strong container of volume $v_1$, and I fill it with some monoatomic fluid like liquid hydrogen. I then proceed to compress the walls of the container to reduce its ...
Sep 9 '11 at 2:38
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